Discover how IMF will benefit broadcast and online workflows just as it has changed existing subtitling and dubbing pipelines for Film Regionalisation.
This meeting start with a quick IMF Primer /101 then briefly looks at IMF in the Film industry -
seeing how IMF is changing the face of mastering for regionalised delivery,
The main item is a look at how the first SMPTE Specification - on IMF for Broadcast and online has progressed and how it will become part of many Broadcaster and production companies workflows
Finally there will be a discussion on how IMF is working for a number of different parts of the industries- and what th next steps are
This is a rapidly changing story - and we will bring experts from DPP and SMPTE to tell of the achievements to date including at NAB - and to demystify what IMF Is - and why objects matter. and how the work of the DPP with SMPTE has got the agreement and cooperation of UK European and N Amaricam broadcasters - another UK led success.
thus the precise content is likely to change
Andy Lampard is the Head of Research and Development at Motion Picture Solutions.
With a career spanning more than a decade in the cinema industry, his range of
experience mirrors the digital transformation of the industry itself, starting out in
traditional projection and engineering, transitioning through production and mastering
and latterly in software development, with his input helping directly to fulfil many of the
promised benefits of digitisation on today's content workflows.
At Motion Picture Solutions, Andy's work has helped create products for content delivery
to cinemas as well as the market-leading KDM platform used for theatrical digital rights
management worldwide. He has also been instrumental in facilitating adoption of new
and emerging technologies in post-production, all of which have maintained
MPS's position at the technological forefront of the industry.
In May MPS was identified by the London Stock Exchange Group as one of
its 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain
Speakers from SMPTE and DPP